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reproach, even from bob bickle that we're about to see, so this was important. they wanted to end with a very strong compelling witness that directly contradicts the prosecution's medical examiner when he took the stand, he said a number of things like oh, trayvon martin might have been alive for anywhere from one to ten minutes, vincent de mayo said it was more like one to three minutes and he also said that the injuries that zimmerman received were consistent with him being on the bottom and trayvon martin being on top. >> very, very, extremely compelling witness, i got to say, forensic pathologists, where were the forensic witnesses for the state's case? they just never hoed showed up. this was a very good witness, i don't know if i agree with you that it was good for both. from the way the police treated the ed vidence to testifying th the nose was broken, all the way down to it had to be dislocated. the guy knows what he's talking about. where were these type of witnesses for the prosecution? >> they had the medical examiner, but as we discovered on this show, he was really d
acting unusually in that area especially because the number of burglary. >> i don't blame bob's attitude for this because this is the attitude that has been project bid the media for a year. there's 13,000 homicides. why do the media focus on this onesome because reflective view of america that they wanted america to experience. that essentially america is nothing but a racist country and this happens all over the place. but statistically this case is an oddity. this doesn't happen. this is a rarity. if you look at the way crimes are committed, way different. the real victim is the -- real verdict is that the media is guilty but falsely smearing america which led then to violent backlashes across the country. will were four, five different backlash crimes based on this. . if the press did care about the two elements of this case which was race, and -- handguns, they should focus on gang warfare which has more, more than enough of that going on. they don't look at that because that's not indicative of an endemic white american race problem. >> those gangs all have guns. >> it is not indic
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during a june 27th video teleconference call. that's according to bob scales, the fox military contributor. >> i was told that that video teleconference was an unmitigated disaster. both the president -- both presidents went after each other with karzai threatening on the one hand to cut off relations with the united states because we're talking to the taliban and with the president trying to get his agenda through to karzai and karzai not listening. >> meanwhile, the taliban officials in can you tar have all been closed their offices there. they are angry that officials there took down their flag and their sign after president karzai balked that the taliban were setting up a government in exile, shep. >> jennifer griffin at the pentagon. more than a dozen women and children died today when a roadside bombs hit the wrong target. local militants were trying to kill government troops. but the blast hit a cartful of villagers instead. officials said an afghan soldier opened fire on nato forces at a base in kandahar killing one slovakian soldier and wounding six others. jury select
coverage. republican senator bob corker says delaying the provision is not enough. >> i think just moving it back a year is not going to undo the uncertainty that people have. so i think the administration is recognizing that this policy is very damaging to the employment in our nation, and i'm glad they've taken this step and, yes, there's many other pieces of this -- if not all -- i'd like to see undone. gregg: wyoming senator john barrasso is chairman of the senate republican policy committee. he joins us now. senator, thanks for taking a few moments. you may have noticed that some former federal judges and some constitutional law experts are all saying what the president is doing here is illegal, and they point to this provision. we'll put it up on the screen. this is the affordable care act, section 1513. effective date, the amendments made by this section shall apply to months beginning after december 31, 2013. senator, the word "shall" is mandatory. there's no choice, there's no discretion. would you agree that the president cannot simply impose the mandate whenever he wants to? >>
.s. should try to keep the situation from getting worse. republican senator bob corker from tennessee urging washington to try to help the situation. >> what we should be doing is urging calmness and urging the military to move through this civilian process as quickly as possible and ask the muslim brotherhood to act with some degree of responsibility as it relates to what's happening. but our role right now should be one of applying calm, trying to get our partners in the region to do the same thing. gregg: kt macfarland lines us. senators on both sides of the aisle are saying cut off the military aid to egypt. >> we should have cut off the aid when morsi was starting to dismantle democracy. we should give them the aid now. they need to fix the government and get an inclusive government. and they need to find a way to fix that economy. egypt runs out of food by the end of the year and no money to buy it. you will have foot riots by the end of the year unless the money is restored. gregg: we should use our money to nudge them in the right direction. >> the best interests of the united states
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